90 Day Fiance couple Paul Staehle and Karine Martins have yet to reach a point where they can settle down together as shown on 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way on TLC -- so what happened after the show filmed and are they still together? 

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[90 Day Fiance Spoilers Warning: Please stop reading if you don't want to find out the current status of Paul Staehle and Karine Martins' relationship and whether they are still together or have broken up since 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way filmed. This article also contains spoilers about where each person is living].

90 Day Fiance: The Other Way is well into its debut season, and Paul and Karine still have to overcome a lot of obstacles in order to be together. 

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In the latest episode of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way, Paul caught Karine texting an American man in English, so did the couple's trust issues get in the way of them being happy together?

Despite speaking different languages, Paul and Karine met online and fell in love in Brazil.

Communication issues didn't get in the couple's way, because they decided to get engaged and later tie the knot.

Paul and Karine's 2017 wedding aired on television the following year. But getting married didn't solve the couple's problems, and the distance between them posed a constant threat.

Karine subsequently suffered through two devastating miscarriages, one of which was documented on Season 2 of 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days. Karine also once threatened Paul with divorce.

In October 2018, however, Paul and Karine were thrilled to announce they had another baby on the way. That same month, Paul revealed the couple was expecting a baby boy.

During the premiere of 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way, Paul, 35 at the time, explained he had been working odd jobs on a farm to save up money for his then-pregnant wife and unborn child.

Paul wanted to be by Karine's side throughout her pregnancy more than anything, especially considering the pair feared another miscarriage or a pregnancy complication.

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Paul wanted Karine to give birth in the United States under the care of the best doctors, but since he didn't make $26,000 in annual income and couldn't convince his mother -- or seemingly anyone else -- to sponsor Karine, Paul realized he must move to Brazil in order to make his marriage work.

Paul was frustrated he couldn't support his wife and baby from America, and so he prepared himself for a "huge sacrifice" and permanent stay in Brazil.

"No matter where I go, I'm torn between two worlds," Paul said in an episode early in the season, referencing how it was tough to leave his mother and friends.

"Moving to Brazil and never coming back is nerve-wracking. I love my parents and my family, but I want to be with Karine and I want to be there to help raise my baby when it's born."

Karine, 23, was seven months pregnant at the time Paul arrived in Brazil. She had spent three months alone prior to his arrival and had been taking English classes in order to improve their bond.

Karine, however, didn't feel Paul was making much of an effort to work and earn money. She feared Paul wouldn't be able to provide for his family, and Karine was well aware babies are expensive.

Karine's brother Bonnie also shared with the cameras that Karine spent a lot of time crying in her bedroom prior to Paul's arrival.

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Bonnie didn't really like Paul and considered him to be "an unbalanced person." Bonnie wanted Paul to learn Portuguese and said Karine's husband had the tendency to turn into "a demon" at times.

Karine insisted she truly loved Paul but needed him to "stop the drama," become a good father, and step up to the plate financially.

But Paul said he was doing everything he could for his wife and was tired of it not being enough. 

Unfortunately for the couple, Paul later discovered his application for permanent residency in Brazil had been denied due to his criminal record. In a letter Paul received, he was shocked to discover he had been accused of committing a crime of terrorism.

"Karine is going to be heartbroken. She's going to be just shocked. I only have 10 days to deal with this and then I need to leave the country," Paul said in a confessional.

"I don't want to cause unnecessary drama and then cause her stress and cause problems with the baby. I don't know what to do at this point. I really don't."

Paul was outraged and met with an attorney to get to the bottom of things, because Paul firmly denied conducting an act of terrorism as well as war crimes.

When Paul had the attorney translate Portuguese in the letter for him, Paul learned his residency had been denied because he had been charged with "terroristic threatening of the third degree."

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"Ohh, that's a misdemeanor charge. I was accused of threatening somebody that I was going to slash their tires," Paul explained.

Paul claimed to the cameras that 13 years ago, he arrived home from work and discovered his girlfriend was inside with another guy. Paul therefore threatened to slash the man's tires and "made some angry comments."

The attorney said he and Paul must explain to agents of the federal police that what Paul had been charged with back in the United States was not an act of terrorism but rather a normal threatening charge.

Paul asked what his options were, and the attorney said it was going to take a lot of work to appeal and ultimately change the decision.

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Paul was shocked because he thought there was a chance he may be denied over his arson charge -- but not a misdemeanor terroristic threatening charge.

Paul vented about how his wife in Brazil was pregnant but he wasn't allowed to stay there, nor was she allowed to move to the United States.

The attorney predicted it could take a week, a month, or maybe even up to a year to reach a solution. Paul figured it was going to be "a serious waiting game" and he could only hope for the best.

When Paul broke the news to Karine he might have to return to the United States, she was devastated and worried because she didn't want to be pregnant and alone.

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Karine suggested she and Paul travel to her parents' place in Tonantins, Amazonas, so they'd have more help with the baby upon his arrival.

Karine had a bladder infection, but doctors told her the baby had a "perfect, strong heart."

Karine and Paul's travel time to Tonantins was four or five days by boat. They had a private room so Karine would be more comfortable -- as most people on the boat slept in hammocks -- but Paul hated the brown water and nasty mosquitos.

Karine therefore questioned whether Paul would be able to adapt to life in Tonantins. Karine hoped Paul was going to man up and be brave.

But Paul wasn't looking forward to living in an area surrounded by the Amazon jungle. Paul feared Karine would have a complication since nearby medical facilities were "inferior."

Paul and Karine intended to stay with Karine's parents until they could find a place of their own. This seemed to be Paul's only option given he had been denied permanent residency in Brazil and Karine was still unable to move to the United States.

It was also awkward for Paul because Karine's mother didn't like him at all and even called him "a jerk." It didn't help Karine complained to her mother about how Paul hadn't changed and he tended to be selfish.

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Karine felt Paul didn't really care when she was in pain, and she said his stress levels stressed her out as well.

Paul then told Karine's mother and father the truth, that the Brazilian federal police thought he was a terrorist and he may be deported back to the United States.

Once Paul revealed the government thought he was a terrorist, Karine's parents were shocked and disturbed. They needed Paul to address this matter immediately, but Karine said all they could do was have trust in Paul's lawyer and pray.

"If Paul has to leave, he will take my heart with him. And not just mine, but my son's," Karine told the cameras.

Paul's lawyer had filed an appeal, but if it didn't work, he and Karine would have to maintain their relationship and raise a baby while living in separate countries -- something Paul admitted would be nearly impossible.

Paul was upset because his past, once again, had come back to haunt him.

Karine and Paul later decided to hire a real estate agent to help them look for a place of their own.

Paul planned to raise their baby in Tonantins, Brazil, but the possibility of being deported still loomed over his head.

Paul, however, was waiting for the results of the appeal his lawyer had filed.

Karine and Paul disagreed over apartments because Karine wanted the cheaper apartment that cost $200 a month to rent, while Paul wanted the nicer place that would run them over $1,000 a month in U.S. dollars.

Karine told Paul he didn't have a job and might get deported so they needed to be careful with their money. She was annoyed how Paul always needed to get his way and do things his way.

Karine told Paul to go back to America, and then Paul accused her of wanting a divorce. Karine said Paul was all about "drama, drama, drama."

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"He doesn't want to change but he needs to grow up now that he's going to be a dad," Karine told the cameras.

Paul said things were tense in Karine's parents' household, especially because her mother didn't like it when Paul called Karine out on his concerns and doubts.

Karine's mother said Paul treated Karine badly and was disrespecting her by asking for a DNA test for the baby.

Paul, however, said the embassy would require a DNA test when requesting citizenship for a child. In the beginning, Paul had questions about the paternity of the baby, but he no longer had those suspicions.

Karine didn't believe Paul's motive for the test, but Paul insisted it was part of the immigration process.

When Paul was using Karine's phone to translate, a text message suddenly popped up in which Karine was talking to an American man in English.

Paul demanded to know who the guy was, but Karine just told Paul to "stop." She called the mystery man "some guy," but Paul wasn't okay with that. Karine later told the cameras the man was the son of a woman who helps her by sending money.

"My relationship with him is basically like a friend or like a brother. It's nothing romantic like Paul thinks," Karine explained.

Paul admitted they'd have trust issues as long as Karine continued to talk to other men and maybe a baby paternity test was necessary after all. Paul told Karine that he didn't appreciate what she was doing.

So did Paul and Karine make it? Are they still together and married?

Karine and Paul have overcome the odds and are definitely still an item and married.

Paul shared a family photo of Karine, the baby and himself at a cookout on July 4.

The couple has been posting photos of each other on Instagram Stories in the last few months.

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Not only are they making Cameo videos together for money, but Karine also shared a few funny images of Paul on the couch with their son.

Paul and Karine's adorable infant son, Pierre Martins Staehle, was born in Brazil in March.

And the latest news is that Paul and Karine are now living as a couple in the United States! That's right, Karine is in America.

Eyewitnesses took photos of Paul and Karine at the airport together in Louisville, Kentucky in mid-June.

And then Karine confirmed her location by posting photos on her Instagram Stories of Paul and herself visiting local attractions in Louisville.

Paul, Karine, their baby, and Paul's mother all posed for a picture in front of the entrance of the Louisville Zoo.

Karine shared a picture of the exterior of Louisville's Hard Rock Cafe, suggesting the couple also visited the Fourth Street Live entertainment and shopping complex downtown. 

Back in February, Paul revealed in his Instagram Stories that Karine had received a CR-1 spousal visa.

So after welcoming their first child together on March 22, it appears Karine and her son officially moved to the United States.

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Paul gushed to Us Weekly shortly after his baby was born that he's "very happy" and "very excited" to be a father.

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"I'm also very nervous and want to do everything the best that I can and do everything right," Paul told Us.

"Everyone keeps asking how it feels to be a dad. Anyone can make a baby, but going through the day-to-day process of being a father is going to be a new experience. I'm very happy, very honored and very privileged and I want to make sure I do my absolute best for Pierre."

Paul and Karine are definitely not hiding their relationship status considering Paul's Instagram bio reads, "Married to @staehlekarine," along with an emoji of a couple and their child.

Karine's Instagram profile also has Paul in her main photo and reads, "Casada com [Paul]" in her bio at the top, which means she's "married with" Paul.

A picture on Paul's Instagram from late May shows Karine and himself dressed up for what appears to be a date night at Moai Restobar, a restaurant in Brazil.

Paul's mother also visited the couple in Brazil earlier that month. Paul posted a video on Instagram of his mother flying home on American Airlines in May.

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